Lauderdale-by-the-Sea is a quaint, family-friendly beach town on the outskirts of Fort Lauderdale.
Whenever my family visits the city, I always bring them to the Riverwalk in downtown Fort Lauderdale. and to be honest.
The Fort Lauderdale reef contains some of the only coral you can find in the continental United States. Additionally, there are 76 shipwrecks in the city.
Las Olas Boulevard is the center of things to do in Fort Lauderdale and the primary entertainment district. decorous and eclectic street boutiques, luxury restaurants.
Speaking of biking, one of my favorite things to do in Fort Lauderdale is bicycling. This might be the best way to see the city.
Fort Lauderdale's own central park - Hugh Taylor Birch State Park is a nature walk amidst the urban landscape.
Fort Lauderdale has more than 300 miles of navigable waterways, earning it another nickname, the "Venice of America."
The Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is a historic building in the heart of developing Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Just west of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Flamingo Gardens brings visitors back to what natural Florida looked like in 1933.
Your list of fun things to do in Fort Lauderdale isn't complete without a Florida Everglades airboat tour.